Tucson Child Custody Attorneys
Compassionate and Effective Representation for Custody & Visitation
At Karp & Weiss, P.L.C., we understand how stressful and emotionally draining divorce can be. Custody battles can also be incredibly contentious, and can seriously impact your children's sense of well-being and sense of security. As a father who was raised by a single mother, we know firsthand how devastating it can be to grow up without a father. We know how important it is to be a father who is actively involved in your children's lives. We also know how important it is for parents to be able to maintain a relationship with their children after divorce.
Our firm can help you fight for shared or sole custody, as well as for visitation rights. We can also help you protect your parental rights.
Call Karp & Weiss, P.L.C. at (520) 645-8500, or contact us by email, to schedule a consultation with a child custody attorney in Tucson, Arizona.
Child Custody Agreements
Our Tucson child custody attorneys can help you negotiate and draft a comprehensive parenting plan with your spouse. We can also help you fight for your parental rights in the event that your spouse is trying to limit or deny your access to your children.
Protecting Your Parental Rights
We can also help you fight for your parental rights in the event that your spouse is trying to limit or deny your access to your children. We have extensive experience in dealing with unilateral agreements and are familiar with the requirements for making them legally binding.
Who Can File for Custody in Arizona?
At Karp & Weiss, our Arizona child custody lawyers understand the complexities surrounding custody battles and are dedicated to helping families navigate these challenging legal waters. If you find yourself wondering, "Who can file for custody?" we have the answers you seek.
In Arizona, various parties can file for custody, not just biological parents. While biological parents naturally have the right to seek custody, other individuals may also be eligible under specific circumstances. For instance, grandparents may petition for custody if it is deemed to be in the best interest of the child due to parental unfitness or abandonment. Additionally, stepparents who have formed a significant emotional bond with the child may pursue custody rights.
Moreover, Arizona law recognizes the possibility of a non-parental, third-party custody arrangement. In such cases, concerned relatives or family friends who have played a substantial role in the child's life, providing care and support, may file for custody.
Ultimately, the court's primary consideration is the best interest of the child. Factors such as the child's emotional and physical well-being, stability, and the ability of the prospective custodian to provide a nurturing environment are all taken into account.
Contact Our Firm Today
Our experienced child custody attorneys can help you understand your rights and guide you through the process, ensuring your voice is heard and the child's welfare remains the central focus. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, or concerned individual seeking custody, we are here to provide compassionate legal representation and fight for your rights in Arizona family court.
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We Provide Representation for a Variety of Areas, Including Family Law, Estate, Probate & Mediation
We Have Over 100 Years of Combined Legal Experience
Our Firm Has Three Fellows in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers